Series Editors: Esther Rashkin, Mari Ruti, Peter L. Rudnytsky
Psychoanalysis is unique in being at once a theory and a therapy, a method of critical thinking and a form of clinical practice. Now in its second century, this fusion of science and humanism derived from Freud has outlived all predictions of its demise, and is indeed enjoying a resurgence as many of its core tenets, and its value as a treatment, have gained support from cutting-edge research. Psychoanalytic Horizons evokes the idea of a convergence between realms as well as the outer limits of a vision. Books in the series test disciplinary boundaries and will appeal to readers who are passionate not only about the theory of literature, culture, media, and philosophy but also, above all, about the real life of ideas in the world.
Advisory Board: Salman Akhtar, Doris Brothers, Aleksandar Dimitrijevic, Lewis Kirshner, Hilary Neroni, Dany Nobus, Lois Oppenheim, Donna Orange, Peter Redman, Laura Salisbury, Alenka Zupancic